Three things stand out in this simultaneously remarkable and humdrum bit of film.
But for some teens ISIS seems to symbolize power and purpose, a great drama promising deliverance from the humdrum.
She said it was “fun” and “exciting” and took her away form her “humdrum life.”
Like so many young girls, she tried modeling as a lark, a way of escaping the humdrum and finding glamour.
It was something that took me away from my humdrum life at the time.
To escape—only to escape from the prison walls of a humdrum existence, and to soar!
Their position seemed as strange to the humdrum world as his own.
Byrons life at Pisa, as afterwards at Genoa, was what most people would call a humdrum, dull existence.
Their thoughts were occupied by their neighbours and the humdrum details of the life about them.
But hitherto Mrs. Simpson had preferred the reputation of having many adorers, to the humdrum reality of a second husband.